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    1. Russell, SJ; Johnston, SA
      Evidence that proteolysis of Ga14 cannot explain the transcriptional effects of proteasome ATPase mutations

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    2. Xiang, Z; Wood, V; Rajandream, MA; Barrell, BG; Moore, K; Hunt, C; Aves, SJ
      The mating-type region of Schizosaccharomyces pombe h(-S) 972: sequencing and analysis of 69 kb including the expressed mat1 locus

      YEAST
    3. Ta, M; Vrati, S
      Mov34 protein from mouse brain interacts with the 3 ' noncoding region of Japanese encephalitis virus

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    4. Tateishi, K; Misumi, Y; Ikehara, Y; Miyasaka, K; Funakoshi, A
      Molecular cloning and expression of rat antisecretory factor and its intracellular localization

      BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY-BIOCHIMIE ET BIOLOGIE CELLULAIRE
    5. Jarrousse, AS; Gautier, K; Apcher, S; Badaoui, S; Boissonnet, G; Dadet, MH; Henry, L; Bureau, JP; Schmid, HP; Petit, F
      Relationships between proteasomes and viral gene products

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REPORTS
    6. Javerzat, JP; McGurk, G; Cranston, G; Barreau, C; Bernard, P; Gordon, C; Allshire, R
      Defects in components of the proteasome enhance transcriptional silencing at fission yeast centromeres and impair chromosome segregation

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    7. NAKAMURA T; TANAKA T; TAKAGI H; SATO M
      CLONING AND HETEROGENEOUS IN-VIVO EXPRESSION OF TAT-BINDING PROTEIN-1(TBP-1) IN THE MOUSE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    8. SEARS C; OLESEN J; RUBIN D; FINLEY D; MANIATIS T
      NF-KAPPA-B P105 PROCESSING VIA THE UBIQUITIN-PROTEASOME PATHWAY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    9. BEAL RE; TOSCANOCANTAFFA D; YOUNG P; RECHSTEINER M; PICKART CM
      THE HYDROPHOBIC EFFECT CONTRIBUTES TO POLYUBIQUITIN CHAIN RECOGNITION

      Biochemistry
    10. HOYLE J; TAN KH; FISHER EMC
      LOCALIZATION OF GENES ENCODING 2 HUMAN ONE-DOMAIN MEMBERS OF THE AAA FAMILY - PSMC5 (THE THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR-INTERACTING PROTEIN, TRIP1) AND PSMC3 (THE TAT-BINDING PROTEIN, TBP1)

      Human genetics
    11. RUBIN DM; VANNOCKER S; GLICKMAN M; COUX O; WEFES I; SADIS S; FU HY; GOLDBERG A; VIERSTRA R; FINLEY D
      ATPASE AND UBIQUITIN-BINDING PROTEINS OF THE YEAST PROTEASOME

      Molecular biology reports
    12. LUPAS A; ZUHL F; TAMURA T; WOLF S; NAGY I; DEMOT R; BAUMEISTER W
      EUBACTERIAL PROTEASOMES

      Molecular biology reports
    13. SONG XL; VONKAMPEN J; SLAUGHTER CA; DEMARTINO GN
      RELATIVE FUNCTIONS OF THE ALPHA-SUBUNIT AND BETA-SUBUNIT OF THE PROTEASOME ACTIVATOR, PA28

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    14. HOCHSTRASSER M
      UBIQUITIN-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-DEGRADATION

      Annual review of genetics
    15. FERRELL K; DEVERAUX Q; VANNOCKER S; RECHSTEINER M
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF A MULTIUBIQUITIN CHAIN BINDING SUBUNIT OF THE HUMAN 26S PROTEASE

      FEBS letters
    16. MASON GGF; HENDIL KB; RIVETT AJ
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF PROTEASOMES IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS - IDENTIFICATION OF2 PHOSPHORYLATED SUBUNITS AND THE EFFECT OF PHOSPHORYLATION ON ACTIVITY

      European journal of biochemistry
    17. SINGH I; CAI HC; WAGNER BJ
      CDNA CLONING OF A CHICK HOMOLOG OF HUMAN ATPASE COMPLEX SUBUNIT-4, QUANTITATIVE TISSUE DISTRIBUTION AND TERTIARY STRUCTURE COMPARISON OF THE ATPASE DOMAIN TO RECA

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    18. PROMBONA A; TABLER M; PROVIDAKI M; TSAGRIS M
      STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION OF LEMA-1, A TOMATO PROTEIN BELONGING TO THESEC18-PAS1-CDC48-TBP-1 PROTEIN FAMILY OF PUTATIVE MG2-DEPENDENT ATPASES()

      Plant molecular biology
    19. HARACSKA L; UDVARDY A
      CLONING AND SEQUENCING A NON-ATPASE SUBUNIT OF THE REGULATORY COMPLEXOF THE DROSOPHILA 26S-PROTEASE

      European journal of biochemistry
    20. JENNISSEN HP
      UBIQUITIN AND THE ENIGMA OF INTRACELLULAR PROTEIN-DEGRADATION

      European journal of biochemistry
    21. CIECHANOVER A; SCHWARTZ AL
      THE UBIQUITIN-MEDIATED PROTEOLYTIC PATHWAY - MECHANISMS OF RECOGNITION OF THE PROTEOLYTIC SUBSTRATE AND INVOLVEMENT IN THE DEGRADATION OF NATIVE CELLULAR PROTEINS

      The FASEB journal
    22. CIECHANOVER A
      THE UBIQUITIN-MEDIATED PROTEOLYTIC PATHWAY - MECHANISMS OF ACTION ANDCELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY

      Biological chemistry Hoppe-Seyler
    23. DUBIEL W; FERRELL K; RECHSTEINER M
      TAT-BINDING PROTEIN-7 IS A SUBUNIT OF THE 26S PROTEASE

      Biological chemistry Hoppe-Seyler
    24. SUZUKA I; KOGABAN Y; SASAKI T; MINOBE Y; HASHIMOTO J
      IDENTIFICATION OF CDNA CLONES FOR RICE HOMOLOGS OF THE HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS-1 TAT-BINDING PROTEIN AND SUBUNIT-4 OF HUMAN 26S-PROTEASE (PROTEASOME)

      PLANT SCIENCE
    25. SHKEDY D; GONEN H; BERCOVICH B; CIECHANOVER A
      COMPLETE RECONSTITUTION OF CONJUGATION AND SUBSEQUENT DEGRADATION OF THE TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR PROTEIN P53 BY PURIFIED COMPONENTS OF THE UBIQUITIN PROTEOLYTIC SYSTEM

      FEBS letters


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